High school football scores from Week 2 in the Texomaland region and up-to-date standings across North Texas and Southern Oklahoma for Sept. 3-4, with schedules included for the upcoming weekend of Sept. 10-12:
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DURANT — Southeastern Oklahoma State outgained Henderson State 407-276 and forced four turnovers but was stopped on a goal-line stand in the final minute and dealt with 13 penalties in a 23-16 loss in the season and Great American Conference opener at Paul Laird Field on Thursday.
In the spirit of full disclosure, yours truly was absent from the opening day salvo this week for the 2015-16 dove hunting season.
To millions of television watching Texans a generation ago, he was affectionately known as Dr. Red Duke.
RICHARDSON — Ben Watson netted three goals as Texoma Christian defeated Yavneh Academy, 7-0, in TAPPS District 1 soccer action on Thursday night.
DENTON — Denison’s Aubyn Thompson won the Gingerbread Jamboree cross-country race with a time of 20:46 on Thursday as the Lady Jackets earned a seventh-place finish.
The most anticipated debut was going to come on offense as Denison was breaking in a new quarterback. And while Hunter Watson was garnering a lot of attention due to taking all of the snaps until late in the Jackets’ 49-7 victory over Frisco Liberty last week at Toyota Stadium, the most impactful debut might have come from someone who spent the entire game on the sideline.
While Sherman showed signs of improved play from year to year in last week’s loss to Frisco Lone Star, the allowance of big plays continues to be a headache for the team’s coaching staff.
Shouda Kept Fishing and Left the Trees Alone
(CNN) — A federal judge on Thursday vacated the four-game suspension the NFL imposed on New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady in the “Deflategate” scandal.